Musical

“Getting lost in what I love” – CBS Denver

ARVADA, Colorado (CBS4) – The sounds of a skillful DJ spinning song after song flooded an Arvada parking lot on Saturday morning. At first listen, you would never guess that the musician behind the beats was only 9 years old. “I’ve always found a connection to music, but I didn’t …

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WIU Associate Professor of Music Affairs elected to College Music Society National Council – Western Illinois University News

WIU Associate Professor of Music Affairs elected to College Music Society National Council October 1, 2021 MACOMB, Ill .– Courtney Blankenship, associate professor of musical affairs at Western Illinois University School of Music, was recently elected to a two-year term (2022-2024) as a member of the Studies Board of Trustees …

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Music and cheerfulness | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo of the messenger by Kelby Wingert Members of Des Moines’ Nuestra Danza Sin Fronteras Mexican dance troupe perform Thursday morning at Iowa Central Community College’s Second Afro-Latino Festival at the Career Education Building. Mexican folk dancers in long, flowy skirts in bright colors moved to the beat of the …

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ACL Music Fest Weather – Hottest, Coldest, Wettest Ever

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Austin City Limits Music Fest has been taking place in Austin for 19 years. Held every September or October (with the exception of 2020), fans flocked to Zilker Park to take in the sights and sounds of the iconic music festival through triple-digit heat, winter chill …

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The YouTube Music app is coming to Wear OS 2 watches

In addition to debuting in Wear OS 3, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 was the first laptop to have a client for Google’s streaming service. The YouTube Music app is now coming to Wear OS 2 watches. Update 9/28: YouTube Music is now available on the newest Snapdragon Wear 4100-powered …

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A resurrection in concert to get us out of musical limbo

Musically, we are in a kind of limbo. The country’s largest musical institution, the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, has yet to find a way to perform regularly for a live audience, despite performing for a paying audience at the Bord Gáis Energy Theater this Friday – a leaps and bounds, …

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Music for Mavis will end the season with Mary Murphy

“Music for Mavis” Tuesdays at the Gazebo will come to their fall closing with the beautiful talents of our very own Mary Murphy from 6 pm to 7:30 pm on Tuesday, September 28 at the Turner Lookout. Submitted photo “Music for Mavis” Tuesdays at the Gazebo will come to their …

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Iowa City Community Reunited with Music: Live from the Porch

The Front Porch Music Festival is an annual music festival in the Longfellow neighborhood of Iowa City where performers can play music on their lawns and porches for community members to enjoy. Ayrton Breckenridge The Negotiators perform at the Sixth Annual Longfellow Front Porch Music Festival in Iowa City on …

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The Funky Sole club night stops the music at the Echo

One of Los Angeles’ most celebrated dance parties cuts the music at Echo Park on Saturday after 14 years of funk, soul and sweat. The organizers of the Echo’s 60s all-vinyl soulful party Funky Sole announced Thursday that this weekend’s episode will be his last night at the club. “We …

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“Aria Code” explores the meaning of music

For many fans, the highlight of any opera is a remarkable aria, such as “O mio babbino caro” by “Gianni Schicchi” by Puccini or “Vesti la giubba” by “Pagliacci” by Leoncavallo. But these works aren’t all about one intense melody, and many listeners turn to opera-themed podcasts to better understand …

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Merritt musical | Features | messenger-inquirer.com

Owensboro musician Josh Merritt knew he was going to be part of a family tradition. But he did not predict the success that would follow. His 2020 debut album “Reynolds Station” received accolades from the bimonthly American Songwriter and Glide Magazine, followed by sharing the stage with the Nashville country …

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Universal Music is a success

Sep 25, 2021 A WELCOME TO ROCKSTAR hailed Universal Music Group when it launched on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange on September 21 in the largest European listing of the year. Stunned investors almost threw their panties on the new public company, whose share price ended the day up 36%, …

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Using music to help students develop a taste for learning

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Hazard, Ky., Native Jonathan Beatty uses his musical talent and love of reading to make avid readers of Fayette County’s youngest students. “There is a gap in reading because a lot of children do not find reading itself interesting,” says Beatty. Since he was a child, …

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Saint Rose’s music faculty files a complaint for dismissal

ALBANY – Four Saint Rose College music teachers who were fired in the college’s latest round of layoffs are suing the college and Saint Rose President Marcia White for breach of contract. Yvonne Chavez Hansbrough, Robert Hansbrough, Bruce Roter and Sherwood Wise were all longtime tenured professors in the college’s …

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Maine couple bring their music to Lewiston series

Don and Judy Mayberry will perform at the Oasis of Music from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, September 22 at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston. Submitted photo Don and Judy Mayberry will perform at the Oasis of Music from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. …

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The chamber music festival returns for the 14th year

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The 14th Lexington Chamber Music Festival wrapped up Sunday at the Downtown Arts Center. Organizers say they are happy to bring the House back after taking a year off due to COVID, but they are still not back to full capacity. This year’s event has been …

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Why niche music streaming platforms are gaining momentum

The bespoke UFC Ultimate Sound streaming music platform, designed by Tuned Global and ACX Music It turns out that there is an interesting niche for bespoke streaming music platforms – a niche that giants like Spotify cannot easily serve. Tuned Global and ACX Music are two companies building this new …

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Composer leads the way in swinging classical music

In 1936, discerning listeners may have sensed that the novelty “Rhythm Saved the World” was not just about its nominal subject: the drummer boys who motivated the Revolutionary War soldiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill. No, as played by Louis Armstrong, it was clear that the real subject of …

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Stevie Nicks quits Austin City Limits Music Festival

AUSTIN, Texas – Stevie Nicks has announced that she is canceling her last five performances of 2021, including the Austin City Limits Music Festival, due to COVID-19. In a tweeted statement, Nicks said that even though she is vaccinated against COVID-19, she is still “extremely cautious” due to the increasing …

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How to add music to an Instagram story

Instagram stories are easy to create, but they can take a lot of thought if you want to make them truly entertaining. Fortunately, Instagram offers a number of tools to make your stories as fun as possible. You might have some great photos or videos and some cool filters and …

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NPR Staff Pick: All Songs Considered: NPR

Top left, clockwise: Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, Canary Room, Billy Bragg, William Parker, IDK, WILLOW. Courtesy of the artists hide caption toggle legend Courtesy of the artists Top left, clockwise: Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine, Canary Room, Billy Bragg, William Parker, IDK, WILLOW. Courtesy of the artists …

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UPDATE: ATV Vandalism at Roger Williams Park Music Hall

Friday 23 July 2021 GoLocalProv News Team Enlarge + A photo of the vandalism obtained by GoLocal. Roger Williams Park in Providence was hit by vandalism overnight Thursday. Photos obtained by GoLocalProv.com show extensive damage from what appear to be all-terrain vehicles to fields adjacent to the park’s music temple. …

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Two eminent professors join the Department of Music

Submitted photo Katey J. Halbert, left, and Jessica Vansteenburg. The Department of Music is pleased to welcome two new faculty members – Katey J. Halbert and Jessica Vansteenburg – to the U of A. Horn player Katey J. Halbert’s vibrant personality and passion for music inspires both teacher and performer. …

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‘Ark Encounter’ puts 40 days and nights to music

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. (WTVQ / Press Release) – A lineup of diverse talents will reign during the Abraham Productions Gospel Music Festival, 40 days and nights to meet the ark. The event will be held from August 2, 2021 to September 10, 2021 in Williamstown, Ky., At the Ark Encounter. The …

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Progressive rock continues in a new album

One of our favorite albums of 2020 was “First Animal” by Trevor Bates. The Little Rock musician ticked all the boxes for DIY rock ‘n’ roll, delivering a fuzzy punk track that looked like Sebadoh crossed with Iggy and the Stooges. It is heavenly. And now Bates, 35, is back …

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Chemical Brothers predict emotional returns | Music

The Chemical Brothers will find themselves returning to the “emotional” stage. The ‘Sunset’ hit maker, consisting of Tom Laurns and Ed Simons, will headlining at the Latitude Festival later this month, and the coronavirus pandemic will mourn for the first time in front of a full audience. You won’t be …

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Ambridge Music Museum opens to the public

AMBRIDGE, Pennsylvania. Skyliners, Vogues, Bobby Vinton, Perry Como. Jaggerz, Granatis, Lou Christie, BE Taylor. Les Marcel, Henry Mancini, Norm Nardini, Etta Cox, Donnie Iris … the list goes on. If these musicians have written or performed songs you care about, consider a visit to the Performing Arts Legend Museum, which …

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